• History of Ashanti by Otumfuo Nana Osei Agyeman Prempeh II (Hardcover)

    History of Ashanti is unusual, perhaps unique, in that it provides a long historical account of the great West African forest kingdom of Asante by a ruler of that society. Thus, it is African history written by an African king and his assistants. This is, without a doubt, a very important document for historians of Africa. It has too a much wider resonance at the present time: here the Asante ‘voice’ is speaking directly to all those across the globe whoclaim ancestral links to the African continent, and who are still engaged in the struggle to define, to strengthen and to assert their identities in a world that long discounted the value, or even the existence,of their historical experience. A history of Asante from the late 17th century to the 1930s, authorized and produced by the 12th Asantehene Osei Agyeman Prempeh II. Perhaps the single longest historical work produced by a ruler of any sub-Saharan African society, this is an indigenous account of the three hundred year history of a still vigorous African polity.

  • Class Struggle In Africa (Hardcover)

    Recent African history has exposed the close links between the interests of imperialism and neo-colonialism and the African bourgeoisie. This book reveals the nature and extent of the class struggle in Africa, and sets it in the broad context of the African Revolution and the world socialist revolution.


  • My Testimony: From Obscurity to Prominence

    The tale of Blue Rose Limited—a journey from the rural landscapes of Ghana to pioneering the construction industry and earning global recognition—an enigma forged from one person’s ambition to serve humanity by solving accommodation woes. Across the globe, people seek a place to call home, a sanctuary for their families. Through integrity, innovation, diligence, and grace, Blue Rose fulfilled that need.

    Yet, the saga of Blue Rose didn’t leap effortlessly into prominence—no true success story ever does. It navigated through phases of adversity, turmoil, and challenges, as you might expect.

    Within these pages lies a spark to ignite a flame within you—a flame that fuels dormant dreams, urging you to realize your full potential, to accomplish a unique assignment only you can fulfill. Regardless of your origins, experiences, or current challenges, there’s a “blue rose” within you waiting to bloom. Embrace the possibility that the blue rose story can resonate with your own journey, perhaps even surpassing it.

    Enjoy the read.

  • Flutter Until You Fly: The Unwanted Child who Became Captain of the Biggest Passenger Aircraft of the World

    When he was six years old, he declared to the hearing of some friends: “I want to be a pilot when I grow up,” and it generated mocking laughter from them. The laughter became louder when at the end of sixth grade, his father lost his job and life went further downhill. From his family couch surfing in the neighbourhood for about seven years to having to cook and hawk kenkey, gari, and bake bread as a secondary school student, he kept going. He took the A Levels twice and performed poorly, disqualifying him from joining the air force even though he passed the army’s assessments twice. In Flutter Until You Fly, Captain Solomon Quainoo shares how he overcame these stumbling blocks and more, worked 17-hour days as a labourer, cleaner, pizza delivery guy, and traffic warden, to still become a captain of the world’s biggest passenger aircraft.

  • Sexual Predators & Child Grooming

    Sexual grooming of children refer to actions or behaviours used to establish an emotional connection with a minor, and sometimes the child’s family, to lower the child’s inhibitions with the objective of sexual abuse. It can occur in various settings, including online, in person, and through other means of communication.

    This book attempts to shed some light on where to  draw the line between genuine concern and grooming, what grooming is  why you must know about it, how the predator gains access to a potential victim, coerce them to agree to the abuse and reduce the risk of being caught and signs to look out for.

  • Brain Challenge (Activity Book for Kids)

    Age Range: 6- 8years

    BRAIN CHALLENGE activity book for children aged between 6-8 years or lower primary or K1-K3 levels. This book is packed with challenging activities such as quizzes, crossword puzzles, word searches, cryptograms, mazes, Sudoku puzzles, colouring, scrambled words and more. It is based on digital literacy and mathematics theme.
    The book will challenge kids digital literacy knowledge and critical thinking while making learning fun and keeping kids busy.

  • My Lay Diabetes Doctor

    Diabetes mellitus, hypertension is among the leading causes of death globally. Diabetes is a complex disease both in aetiology and management that requires sustained lifestyle changes and adherence to medications. This book is timely and would serve as an educational tool to assist patients manage their condition optimally.
    The book outlines practical insights to help patients and lay persons understand this complex disease and how to live healthily with the condition. The book covers important aspects of diabetes such as diagnosis, understanding the types of diabetes, medications and how they work, diabetes in children and adolescents, myths about the disease, complications and how to prevent them.
    It will serve as a companion for persons living with diabetes and for lay people in understanding this complex disease. In our peculiar health care setting, where multiple barriers exit in accessing timely and quality health care, such tools and guides written in plain language for use at the population level, is most invaluable.
    This book is written in simple language that makes reading enjoyable and it is highly recommended.

  • The Credibility Capital

    In The Credibility Capital, the author provides insights into the principles of credibility and the practical journey toward establishing a strong, lasting reputation. From personal branding to business operations and social relations, the book explores how credibility capital becomes a powerful asset; one essential for growth and success. Drawing upon relevant and personal anecdotes from different people, the narrative unfolds to underscore the importance of building an unshakable reputation. In an era dominated by the pursuit of social capital, the book challenges us to question whether we seek true credibility or merely its appearance. It cautions against the pitfalls of wielding any influence without the bedrock of credibility. 


    This book prompts introspection about the long-term consequences of habitual white lies and the importance of evaluating the true cost of living a life of pretense. It challenges the reader to consider how the authenticity of a person or endeavor is ultimately determined by the merit of their actions over time.

  • ‘The History of Ashanti Kings and the Whole Country Itself’ and Other Writings

    The History of Ashanti Kings and the Whole Country Itself is a key text for understanding the history of the great West African kingdom of Asante (now in Ghana). It is also an early–and perhaps the earliest–example of history writing in English by an African ruler and his amanuenses. It was begun in 1907 in the Seychelles on the instructions of the Asantehene Agyeman Prempeh I, who had been in British captivity with his family since 1896, during which time he had acquired proficiency in English.

    The chief source of information was his mother the Asantehemaa Yaa Kyaa, who possessed an encyclopaedic knowledge of the oral history of her own lineage, which was also the royal dynasty of Asante. The result is an indispensably detailed document that charts the history of the Asante monarchy from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries. Context is provided by the inclusion of other writings by or about Agyeman Prempeh, together with four introductory essays by the world’s leading scholars of Asante history.

    This fascinating volume evokes the rich historical experience of a renowned kingdom, and is of compelling interest to all concerned with the production of indigenous historical knowledge in Africa.

  • The Fall of The Asante Empire: The Hundred -Year War for Africa’s Gold Coast

    In 1817, the first British envoy to meet the king of the Asante of West Africa was dazzled by his reception. A group of 5,000 Asante soldiers, many wearing immense caps topped with three foot eagle feathers and gold ram’s horns, engulfed him with a “zeal bordering on phrensy,” shooting muskets into the air. The envoy was escorted, as no fewer than 100 bands played, to the Asante king’s palace and greeted by a tremendous throng of 30,000 noblemen and soldiers, bedecked with so much gold that his party had to avert their eyes to avoid the blinding glare. Some Asante elders wore gold ornaments so massive they had to be supported by attendants. But a criminal being lead to his execution – hands tied, ears severed, knives thrust through his cheeks and shoulder blades – was also paraded before them as a warning of what would befall malefactors. This first encounter set the stage for one of the longest and fiercest wars in all the European conquest of Africa. At its height, the Asante empire, on the Gold Coast of Africa in present-day Ghana, comprised three million people and had its own highly sophisticated social, political, and military institutions. Armed with European firearms, the tenacious and disciplined Asante army inflicted heavy casualties on advancing British troops, in some cases defeating them. They won the respect and admiration of British commanders, and displayed a unique willingness to adapt their traditional military tactics to counter superior British technology. Even well after a British fort had been established in Kumase, the Asante capital, the indigenous culture stubbornly resisted Europeanization, as long as the “golden stool,” the sacred repository of royal power, remained in Asante hands. It was only after an entire century of fighting that resistance ultimately ceased.

  • Leading Inside-Out: The Secret to True & Extraordinary Influence

    Every chapter closes with a practical guide and steps which calls the reader to action.

    Kwame Owusu-Boateng

    (CEO, Opportunity International Savings and Loans Ltd.)


    Emphasizes the significance of self-awareness, empathy, and integrity in fostering authentic connections with others.

    Arnold Parker

    CEO/Founder, Pesewa Rising


    Full of deep truths and insights, vignettes and practical exercises.

    Mike Ohene-Effah

    Co-Founder, LeadAfrique International


    Masterfully combines timeless principles with contemporary insights.

    James Kwesi Addison

    CEO/Founder, Addison International Center for Emotional Intelligence (AICEl)


    Takes you on a journey of knowledge, inspiration and commitment.

    Patrick Otieku-Boadu

    CEO, Spearhead Consult


  • The Great Revelation (Vol.1)

    THE GREAT REVELATION is the complete image of the [over] 1,900 detailed Bible lessons prepared by the author: It explicitly discusses all [major] theories pertaining to the Kingdom of God (Heaven and the Church), Revelation, Daniel, Biblical Prophecies, Biblical Eschatology (Preterism, Idealism, Historicism, and Futurism), the A.D 70

    Kingism, Methods of Bible Interpretation, etc.

    The book is meant to teach, instruct, inform, secure the Christian faith, and spread the true doctrine of Christ with respect to the subjects discussed, across the globe.

    It’s the prayer of the author that this book reaches every Christian and the world at large, to cling to the human heart and mind, soul and spirit -to prepare all saints for the revelation of the Lord Jesus Christ.



  • The Altar

    Understanding that altars have the power to speak in our lives gives believers the will to fight and remain firm in our walk with God. It is interesting to know that aside from altars that destroy destinies, the Bible highlights some good altars that were raised by men to activate and maintain covenants between themselves and God. This book highlights the power of altars and the need to build holy altars as Christians.

    The Altar

  • Woman, the Battle Lines are Drawn

    In a world filled with distractions and adversities, the call for Christian women to rise as empowered warriors is more profound than ever. This book is a compelling guide that emboldens women to embrace their God-given purpose, resist the subtle deceptions of

    Satan, and navigate life’s challenges with unwavering resolve.

    This book reveals the secret to unlocking your inner strength and finding your purpose in God’s grand design. As a woman, it is time to embrace your calling and embark on a transformative journey towards empowerment and spiritual fulfilment.

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